The Situational-Discourse-Semantic Model enables adults to understand how to work within Common Core Standards.
Use the Situational Context to identify and manipulate the characteristics of the learning situation.
Use the Discourse Context to identify the organization of the learning situation and add complexity to the child's understanding.
Use the Semantic Context to identify the levels of meaning used to talk about and process meaning. Use scaffolding to increase the child's level of meaning.
SDS tools include manuals and boards to cue the various levels. The manuals provide complete guides for using the levels for clients from preK through adult. The perfect tool for Common Core Curriculum and collaboration with classroom teachers.